Thanksgiving gives Americans a great excuse to eat delicious food and watch football. However, it’s important to know which food to avoid to maintain optimal oral health. Even though certain food tastes incredible, it may have negative effects on your teeth.
When you have a basic understanding of dental terminology, it’s easier to understand what is going on during your visit to the dentist. So, we decided to highlight a few of the more common dental terms so you can familiarize yourself with them.
Tooth decay is one of the most common diseases in childhood. Fortunately, with professional dental services and daily cleanings at home, this disease is preventable! Dr. Strandburg and his team have dental products, such as sealants, that can keep teeth healthy.
It’s not uncommon for a child’s oral hygiene routine to be disrupted when summertime arrives. They sleep in later, go to bed later, and forget to brush their teeth in the midst of cartoons and pool days. So, when school begins, it’s important to get their oral hygiene health back on track.
Dental implants are a great choice for people who need one or all of their teeth replaced. They are secure, natural-looking, healthy, and more. You don’t have to settle for other teeth replacement methods if you don’t want to! Let Dr. Strandburg help.
Root canal treatments allow you (and your mouth) to find relief from toothaches. But, don’t let the myths about root canals deter you from finding relief. Myths such as “root canals are extremely painful” and “tooth extraction is the only way to fix an infection” are myths that need debunking!
Dentures have been around for thousands of years but none have been as advanced and natural-looking as the ones offered today. They are a great option for those who are missing all or some of their teeth.
It’s common to feel that your teeth could use a little extra whiteness or sparkle. Certain foods and drinks may cause your teeth to lose that touch of brightness. But, don’t put away your coffeemaker just yet! Let us help.
You may be a dental hygiene enthusiast: flossing once a day, brushing twice a day, and even using mouth wash before bed. While these are incredibly important habits that help minimize cavities or other serious mouth issues, seeing Dr. Strandburg for regular dental checkups is a must.
Unfortunately, many false facts are floating around on the Internet about dental care. It’s vital to be able to differentiate between the myths and the truth in order to have a healthy mouth.